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Places to Ride

COVID-19 Impacts:
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Closures:

•    Headquarters building in Salem

•    Oregon State Parks – campgrounds, day-use areas and trails

•    All-Terrain Vehicle and Grants staff are available via phone and email

•    The Oregon State Parks Information Line remains open at 800 551-6949, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.-5
      p.m.

•    Visit our COVID-19 Response Frequently Asked Questions for more information

Oregon ATV Riding Area closures:


•    All Campgrounds are closed

•    Some Day-use Staging areas are still open but most have closed the restrooms

•    Riding areas that have seen extremely high-use and social distancing can’t be maintained have been completely closed

•    Check with the riding area land manager for the most current closure information
For general guidelines about recreating in OHV areas open to use, visit the National Off-Highway    
Vehicle Conservation Council’s website
.

For the latest information on COVID-19 in Oregon, visit the Oregon Health Authority.

Oregon is comprised of more than 60% public lands with a vast diversity of lands to ride on. Some of the “designated riding areas” provide a high-level of trail maintenance, signs, maps and staging area facilities. While there are other areas open to ATV use, they may offer a lower-level of service providing opportunities for exploration and solitude..











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